Do you struggle to see what's in front of you? Is it a challenge to read signs? Does your child have difficult reading the board in school? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you or your child may need a comprehensive vision examination at Family Eye Care in Geneva, IL.
Learn About Comprehensive Vision Exams
The primary purpose of comprehensive vision examinations is to determine whether you need corrective lenses and if so, what prescription you need. These examinations are not medical exams, though they do sometimes screen for basic ocular diseases.
During our comprehensive vision exams we test the sharpness of your vision, the range of eye movement, and your depth perception. Our tests generally also test for color blindness.
The key component of our comprehensive vision exam is a refraction test, which measures farsightedness, nearsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. After this test, a precise prescription is determined.
With a new prescription, you can update your glasses, prescription sunglasses, and contacts. The prescription is valid for 12 months from the date of the exam.
Discover Our Services
We are committed to providing comprehensive vision care to you and your entire family. Our staff create a friendly and inviting atmosphere to make our office comfortable for you and your kids.
Our optometrists recognize that everyone may need eye care, so we created our own vision insurance plans to make our comprehensive vision exams more affordable. We even offer Medicare so that elderly patients can receive the eye care that they need.
Our family-owned optometric practice is dedicated to providing the high-quality and personal care that you and your family need. We hope you feel relaxed and comfortable coming to us with any eye care needs.
Schedule your comprehensive vision examination with Family Eye Care in Geneva, IL, today through our online form or by calling (630) 377-2020.